A trio of geeps occupy the local rail yard on a sunny afternoon.
NJ Transit ALP46A no. 4636 in Pennsylvania Railroad livery heads west across Morgan Drawbridge spanning the Cheesequake Creek. Jointly owned by the Penns... (more)
A pair of NS SD45s rest after delivering the daily supply train to the yard. This yard is shared between NS and CSX with both railroads represented in the picture.
All is quite on a weekday afternoon in Browns Yard.
Shoving Back to Browns - This train is shoving (w/o splat car) south on the Gillespie Branch back to the local yard. It is hauling empty hoppers picked up most likely from Mauser Corporat... (more)
A lone geep resting in a small yard belonging to the Conrail Shared Assets Territory.
CR PR-32 enters Browns Yard with NS SD45-2 1700 "Erie Lackwanna" leading a NS SD40-2, they had just dropped off cars for the yard.
Early Morning in Browns Yard -Looking westward down the Amboy Secondary into the heart of Browns Yard. NS 1702 (SD45-2) was an unexpected treat to see in the early morning light. Typic... (more)
Raritan River Draw - Multilevel cars glimmering in the afternoon sun. Captured from the Rt 35 Victory Bridge.
Crossing Browns Road - The daily transfer train from Oak Island Yard arrives at its destination - Browns Yard. This crossing has since been reduced to a Railroad: NJ TransitLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Sayreville, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: NS 3426Train ID: CR WPOI-16Photo Date: June 12, 2013
Coast Line Direct - A direct train from Bay Head to Hoboken passes through Morgan and alongside the shores of the Raritan Bay.
Entering Browns Yard - The daily transfer train from Oak Island Yard to Browns Yard is crossing Browns Rd. This crossing used to be <... (more)
The Arrow III EMUs (electric multiple units) were built in 1977 and 1978 by General Electric, and were initially assigned to operate on former Penn Central electrified lines. Today, the Arrow II... (more)